Author Archives: grlangworth

Atomic Electricity has moved

You will find ATOMIC ELECTRICITY at: http://www.sa-lftr.com/ae

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This Book Belongs On Your Shelves

Download “SEWTHA”… The author intended it to be freely available to you.

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A Fork In The Road…

[The following is excerpted from a recent, on-line discussion] JBG: •THE CHALLENGE TO INTEGRATE RENEWABLE – WIND and SOLAR – ENERGY ON GRID… We have to have security and resources to accommodate Wind and Solar output variation.  A Smart Grid … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor

This letter sent this past November to Der Spiegel is worth a look… Jess Smee / Der Spiegel / Brandstwiete 19, D-20457 / Hamburg, Germany November 11, 2010 Dear Herr Smee, The online edition of der Spiegel dated November 8 … Continue reading

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Remember Chernobyl ? …Things the LFTR will never do.

Do Not Forget Chernobyl !

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Dartmouth’s Robert Hargraves

Professor Hargraves who teaches Energy Policy at the Institute for Lifelong Education at Dartmouth College has co-authored an article in the American Physical Society forum on Physics and Society‘s quarterly newsletter, called Liquid Fuel Nuclear Reactors …it’s worth a read.

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China’s “Breakthrough”…

With only a limited supply of Uranium inside China, the described advantage only delivers 950 years, not 3000 years…Probably Not Just Uranium Still, LFTR has superior advantages over the discussed dual breeder design:  Higher Energy Density, Simplicity, Lower Cost Safety, … Continue reading

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